|Horrible Histories - Series 2, Episode 4|
|Season Two, Episode Four|
|Air date||3 June 2010|
|Written by||Mathew Baynton, Dave Cohen, Gerard Foster, Greg Jenner, Giles Pilbrow, Laurence Rickard, Ben Ward, & Ben Willbond|
Horrible Histories - Series 2, Episode 4 was the 17th episode of the Horrible Histories TV series, having first aired on the 3rd of June, 2010, on the CBBC.
This episode includes Britain's greatest sailor, Admiral Nelson, turning out to be horribly seasick, two doctors from the Middle Ages arguing over how to treat a patient, discovering the many uses for an Incan llama, & the World War 2 Girls singing about Girl Power on the Home Front.
Horatio Nelson gets seasickEdit
Legendary Admiral Horatio Nelson turns out to be a trifle less than physically impressive.
The public execution of escape artist Jack Sheppard.
Dr. Nutberg, a European physician, & Dr. Usmar (portrayed by Alexei Sayle), an Arabian healer, clash over treatment philosophies.
Stay Calmer When You Want to Harm a LlamaEdit
A con-artist sells tapeworm traps.
Victorian beer (Advertisement)Edit
Pioneering epidemiologist John Snow refuses to endorse the ‘health benefits’ of New! Victorian Beer.
Live from the Siege of Troy.
No. 14: Elephant warfareEdit
Churchhill's D-Day plansEdit
Winston Churchill plans D-Day late into the night, much to the dismay of his secretary & a general
- Main article: The World War Two Girls
Meet the World War Two girls, whose lives were changed forever when war broke out.
|Gorgeous Georgians||Measly Middle Ages||Incredible Incas||Vile Victorians||Groovy Greeks||Woeful Second World War|
|Horatio Nelson gets seasick||HHTV News||Historical Hospital||Stupid Deaths||Historical Shopping Center||Advertisement||Scary Stories||Tapeworm traps||Victorian beer||HHTV Sports||Dodgy War Inventions||Churchill's D-Day plans||Song|
|Rattus Rattus (voiced by John Eccleston)|
- Series 2, Episode 4 at Horrible Histories TV